It's Debbie Macomber territory here, among others who have latched onto the growing trend for knitting and knit related fiction. I've seen it both described as Chicknit and KnitLit, this is closer to Chick than Lit. Not a bad read about a diverse range of women who find a space for themselves in a knitting group. Georgia is a single mum living in Manhattan who fulfils a dream of opening an ideal knitting shop and finds friendship among the diverse range of people who populate it. They're all quite interesting, but the story follows them all rather than concentrating on one and it dilutes the story a bit. When one of them is diagnosed with cancer it doesn't feel quite real for a while. It's not a bad diversion but there's nothing special here.